Well, you know, don't yer?
Cos he were never good.

But it makes yer a bit more wary
about gettin' married again.

lf she wants to go with a different bloke,
it's not up to me.

She's old enough to know her own mind.
- Well, yeah...
- ..settle down.

You can never tell with Billy. I sit
and wonder sometimes what he will do.

Perhaps if he had been brought up
in a different environment

and had a better education, he would
have made more than what he has.

At the moment, he's hopeless.
He's a hopeless case, in't he?

# Oh, won't you please come back?
# Oh, won't you please come back?
I'm happy as I am.
I doubt if I could be any happier.

My lads have got nowt.
I don't know what they're gonna do.

I don't know whether
our Jud wanted to be a miner.

From my point of view, Reg, when
a woman gets to my age, you've two kids,

you want to be settlin' down
wi' a nice house

and somebody to come home to yer,
and be lookin' after 'em.

- Like I look after you.
- Ar, but you're not married to me.

- Never mind. Giz a kiss.
- Don't be so damned daft!

- He's had too much ale again.
- I haven't.

- Yer have.
- I haven't.

Say, Mam, have you brought
that cripple wi' yer?

Keep it shut. Keep it shut.
Keep it shut, all right?
Say, did everybody hear
about him when he got married?

He got confetti on elastic.
That's how tightfisted he is.

lf he wants trouble, I'll give him trouble.
# Oh, along the road there lives
a guy l'd like you all to know

# He grew a great big marrow
for the little flower show

# He showed it to a lady
who lived just along the way

# And when she saw the size of it
he heard the lady say

# Ooohhh!